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of of the economic recovery and what it means for the presidential campaign. plus donald trump on the so-called birther issue and whether he's hurting mitt romney. stand by for my face-off with trump and you'll see why i told him he sounds ridiculous. >> unchecked violence in syria and bodies piling up. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> economists didn't sigh this one coming, one expert calling the may jobs report shockingly low. that's the weakest growth in a year and the unemployment rate ticked up to 8.2%. it's a brutal setback for the economy and a serious setback for the obama campaign as well. the president out on the campaign trail is struggling to convince voters he's part of the solution, not part of the problem. briana keiller is traveling with the president. >> the president urged the crowd to look at the broader economic trends and said the economy is improving, albeit slowly. >> we're still fighting our way back since the worst economy since the depression. our businesses have creat
. here he is saying nice things about donald trump, let's watch. >> i know donald trump to be a sane smart businessman. romney comes and he talks about that birth certificate again, how do you put that out of their minds once and for all. doesn't he realize how uncool he is? >> i don't know, donald trump has been uncommonly nice to hillary and i, and i like him, and i love playing golf with him, but the evidence is pretty clear that president obama was born in hawaii, and this whole election should not be about any of these side issue zlps there he is giving the president the b benefit of the doubt. the evidence is pretty clear here that donald trump might be wrong. it is a strange way to phrase it for a fellow like bill clinton. >> we want donald trump to keep it up. i think he said important things, but every time he say it's it drives voter into our column i disagree with bob about one thing. i don't think this is the time to attack mitt romney. we can use that material for counter punching. it f he makes a speech and says as governor of massachusetts i did a great job with the ec
on that other network saying nice things about donald trump. >> i know donald trump to be a sane, smart businessman, but he has this benefit, romney comes and he talks about that birth certificate again. how do you put that out of the minds of the american public once and for all? and doesn't he realize how uncool he is? >> i don't know. donald trump has been uncommonly nice to hillary and me. we're all new yorkers. >> me, too. >> and i like him, and i love playing golf with him. but the evidence is pretty clear that president obama was born in hawaii, and this whole election should not be about any of these side issues. >> well, there he's giving the president the benefit of the doubt. he's saying the evidence is pretty clear. would you say that's a strong endorsement of his fellow citizen, the fact that he was native born, the evidence is pretty clear here that donald trump might be wrong. i'm just teasing, but it is a strange way to phrase it for a very articulate fellow like bill clinton. >> let me tell you, we want donald trump to keep it up. i think that donald trump said some imp
: tonight, donald trump makes a controversial claim. he says he has "not" been bobbing for cheetos. [ laughter ] then, egypt holds the first round of its presidential elections. the winner gets buried with a hundred mummified cats! [ laughter ] and my guest charlize theron stars in the new film "snow white and the huntsman." so that's what jon huntsman is doing now. [ laughter ] romney wins the texas primary. congratulations, mitt romney. you've gone from presumptive nominee to 'sumptive nominee. [ laughter ] this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) [cheers and applause] thank you, ladies and gentlemen. [cheers and applause] welcome to the report. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting stephen's name] [cheers and applause] thank you, ladies and gentlemen. i can't lie to you it's a keep this high. [ laughter ] thank you for joining us. nation, it was memorial day yesterday. i hope you had the traditional cookout with good friends, good laughs, cold beer and sober reflections on the grim
attention to his associations with donald trump all week. >> it is not big news that he is the nominee. i will give them a pass on that. the obsession with donald trump is little strange. he is being asked to disassociate himself from donald trump when you rarely here barack obama being asked to disassociate from any one, for example bill maher just off the top of my head. they are talking about donald trump, just kind of a clown, i don't understand why we spend any time discussing him. >> poll techo, the headline, two gop blatant, bias and vetting. >> they went through look why is romney's 50-year-old stuff about high school getting all this attention and all this stuff about obama everything else is not getting attention. this is not brent bozell saying it. it is politico saying it and caused a ripple and the media scrambling to defend the washington post and "new york times." >> it is a given. the media are so deep in the tank for this president and his reelection if they came up for air they would get the bends. >> up next, covering the serious crisis in syria and the challenges for t
romney is in nevada with donald trump. lets ted nugent make remarks about the country and doesn't say anything. he lets rush limbaugh speak about a woman in georgetown law. we spent eight days -- >> i don't think it is true it hasn't been covered. >> we just had mayor reed talking about something in 1994 that democrats are still talking about in 2012. we have neera practically imploring the president to talk about the future and provide visions for the country. if we had a president who had a record to run on he would do so. governor romney has talked acutely about what he would do to move the country forward. the reason governor romney is in the race is to fix the economy. he has made that very clear. we don't know what president obama would do on a second term. here we are five weeks away from him asking for a job. >> how does mitt romney differ from george bush? his big proposal is the ryan budget which is slash medicare and medicaid for 30 million people to lose health insurance. that is to the right of where george bush was. >> it is going to be president obama and governor romne
, the economy, five months to go before the november 6th election. dana, thank you very much. donald trump isn't the only billionaire backing mitt romney. wealthy confidents a y conserva putting their money where their hearts are. the republican overall fund-raising goal is staggering. >> reporter: mitt romney reached the magic number to clinch the republican nomination but his supporters are focused on another number, $1 billion. that's the number outside groups hope to raise to support mitt romney according to politico. >> $1 billion just from the outside groups, the chamber of commerce, the koch brothers and their groups, various super pacs. so that is the big new world after citizens united, the 2010 supreme court decision. and that is where the outer limits know no bounds at this point. >> reporter: reality tv star donald trump may be romney's most famous romney contributor but not his only. a list of romney balance mayors have written big checks in support of the nominee. bill koch has a reported fortune of $4 billion and donated $2 million to the leading romney super pac. according to r
the nomination. he finally went over the 1144 threshold. where is he that night? he's with donald trump in las vegas at a time you said that donald trump is talking about the birther issue, of all things. gwen: raising money. >> they were raising a lot of money, and these are some of the things that go along. but when you're with donald trump, you've got potential problems. this was yet another week in which the president's message got stepped on by outsiders or others. a few weeks ago it was vice president biden who got in the way of things when he talked about same-sex marriage, then the mayor of newark, cory booker, and this week, clinton. so realistically the view in chicago and boston, where these two campaigns were being run, is that these tend to be distractions that mostly distract the chattering public class. gwen: you mean us? what we're doing now? >> they describe chicago as the corridor, that they get fascinated by all that. they think that real americans are less distracted by these, and that these strategies, whatever the obama campaign is trying to do, whatever the romney campai
-o-gram. ( applause ) let's see whose inside. hold on. let's see what's inside. >> donald trump doubling down today on his birthy claims about president obama. >> oh! thank you gilda radner, gorge carl and i know richard pryor, yes, the comedy gods deliver. he holds a fund raise wer reality show host and antique doll hair thief donald trump, giving trump an excuse to do phone interviews on not one, not two, but three separate cable news networks. >> i don't consider myself birther or not birther. but there's a major question here, and the press doesn't want to cover it. the press just refuses to cover it. >> jon: that is a shot of pure imported rare, single malt black tar trump resin. not because trump's complaining that the press refuses to ask questions about this long-dead birther issue but because of how trump responds later that same day to the process' questions about this long-dead birther issue. >> reporter: tell us what your people who were investigating in hawaii what, they found? >> we don't have to go into old news. now, it's appropriate, i think, that we get to the subject of hand whi
in the hospital after exercising. >> donald trump threatening to sue one of his beauty pageant contestant. >> more trouble headaches at the airport this summer. and that's our quarterly wrap-up -- any thoughts? wow. outstanding. off the charts. boo-yah! excelente! that went well. add flavor to your day with dunkin's new breakfast burrito with fire-roasted veggies and delicious steak. try one today. >> "good morning washington" with cynne simpson and steve chenevey. this is "good morning washington" -- on your side. >> there were signs of life in the stock market yesterday. >> some companies like american airlines and twitter are undergoing big changes. >> good morning. the dow bounces back. the market gained almost 287 points yesterday. the best day of the year. investors are optimistic that central banks, including the federal reserve, will become more active. the latest report from the fed shows the u.s. economy continues to improve a moderate pace. even hiring was described as either steady or showing a modest increase. american airlines is coming back next month. the peak of the trav
. >>> and the brewing controversy over one of the biggest beauty pageants. one contestant saying that donald trump's contest is now fixed. why she knew who would be crowned the winner before the competition even started. >>> and look who is back, all fresh, after that long flight. >> oh. there's no place like home. no place like home. >> well, it is great to have you back. we have a lot to get to this morning. there's big news on the war on terror. u.s. officials confirm that american forces have taken out al qaeda's number two man. it's one of many successes since the killing of osama bin laden almost a year ago. the big question, is al qaeda, after all these losses, on its last leg? >> that is the big question, george. >>> and sheryl crow, revealing she's facing a new health concern about a brain tumor. thankfully, it is benign. you'll remember, she survived breast cancer a few years ago. the mother of two says she experienced memory loss. even forgetting the words of a song she wrote. >> now, we know. >>> also this morning, they're causing the kind of stir we haven't seen since the beatles came
. donald trump is here. he is taking on tv comic bill maher. maher setting off fireworks with these comments. >> would it be better if the country just got over this notion of american exceptionalism? oh, i think it would. >> greta: what does donald trump have to say about that? he was all fired up and he will tell you himself. rnc chair reince priebus calls it appalling. the g.o.p. slamming president obama for saying the private sector is doing fine. and the war of words is getting nastier. reince priebus will be here. and congress does it again. the bills may be piling up. no resolution of the bush tax cut or debt ceiling. what do lawmakers do? they are heading out of town. why don't they stay here and work? brace yourself. this might make you mad. that is minutes away. worse, house leaders are threatening and taking steps toward pulling the trigger. attorney general eric holder is a giant step closer to contempt citation. house oversight and government reform committee just did it. they set a date to decide whether to hold the attorney general in contempt or not. that
in the news, david, this week. former president bill clinton and donald trump. trump out there talking up how he still doesn't believe the president was born in the united states. he is a surrogate for mitt romney. bill clinton saying that he doesn't agree with the obama approach of criticizing romney's record at bain capital. >> first on trump, he is certainly a mixed blessing. but i do think there is a positive side to the blessing. the negative side is obvious. but the positive side is there are a lot of people, a t of enepreneurs, a lot of immigrants who go to trump university who buy trump books, who like the idea of trump tower. he is a symbol for a lot of americans of social mobility, of starting a business and making it. and so i do think he brings an audience, an important audience around so did is not automatic that you want to write the guy off. for president clinton, i don't think he should be out campaigning because he's former president, his independent thought, he is going to say what he thinks and he thinks that romney has a sterling records. that's to the going to be the stri
. >> let's be fair. mitt romney has donald trump. a new york celebrity every bit as famous as miss parker. though one i guess less likely to do commercials for hair products. his celebrity endorsements aren't exactly winning as he goes around these farcical and ludicrous comments about the president's place of birth. >> i'm so sick of the whole birther talk piece. i hope we can set that aside soon. look at the difference between surrogates for the president's campaign versus romney surrogates. look at the organic relationship between the people from hollywood and from the media who are standing for the president versus the ways in which donald trump is pushy and trying to beat up mitt romney around these crazy issues of birtherism. it is a completely different seventh circumstances. >> professor, what could be better than rush limbaugh, ted nugent? these are magnificent individuals in this country. >> it goes to this very, very important question. what constituencies do romney surrogates deliver for him versus the president's? he is obviously getting women, young people. who is romney get
. but then people jump on him. they may disagree on donald trump or the record at bane, but they're in agreement that we should not have a permanent continual extension in tax cuts for the rich. >> that's absolutely clear. the stuff that you're getting from republicans now speaks of desperation to me. i saw it coming out of the gore campaign, it's not unique to the republican party, but clinton says weird things sometimes. i can't imagine anybody saying anything nice about donald trump unless they wanted trump money for their global initiative, perhaps. you were just talking about the white male-blue collar vote. they loved bill clinton, he was dating lounge singers and going to mcdonalds. he was the last democratic president that those guys kind of liked. >> i agree with you completely. i think you're right, you want bill clinton at his side, he is certainly the most popular politician in the world right now. here we have republicans on capitol hill jumps at the chance to read their talking points written for them by their dutiful staff written for them by the rnc and the romney campaign. here
and pageant boss donald trump. >>> also is the test more dangerous than it's worth? the popular childhood scan that some say could impact someone's entire life. >>> and remembering the life and new soph a man many say bught istication to science fiction. is >>> legendary american author ray bradbury has died at the age of 91. his best known novel "fahrenheit 451" about a futuristic book burning world is still taught at high schools and universities nationwide. until recently bradbury resisted e-books saying they were like burnt metal. last year he allowed "fahrenheit 451" to come out in digital form. president obama praised his gift for storytelling. >>> in health matters, children who get several ct scans have a slightly higher chance of brain cancer and leukemia in later life according to british researchers. however, they say the risk is small and outweighed by the need to get the test. children are usually given the scans to evaluate head, neck or spinal injure. doctors study nearly 200,000 young patients, and of that number, only about 1% were later diagnosed with leukemia or brain tumors
trump. he keeps busy. donald trump has unveiled a plan to build a huge, 20-acre movie studio in miami-dade county. that would include sound stages, a film school and an airport. the studio would be trump studio city. i like the idea of him finally naming things after himself. if all goes according to plan, it would be one of the biggest studios in the world. get ready for great movies like, "forrest trump." "hair bud." and "the combover." see that one in i max. >> ooh. he
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. a dozen stored expired vaccines with ones that were still current. >>> donald trump says he's going to sue a former contestant who give up her crown claiming the miss u.s.a. pageant is rigged. the former miss pennsylvania said another contestant named the names of the top five finishers hours before the show was broadcast. organizers say the reason she gave up her title is that she is upset over the decision to allow thrapbz gender contestants to -- transgender contest stands to compete. donald trump had sharp words for her this morning she suffers from a thing called losers remorse. she loss. if you looked at her you would understand why she is not in the top. it is a very sad situation. >>> another contestant claims she initially indicated her reason for resigning as miss pennsylvania was over the new transgender policy. a facebook beige has been created to support her. -- ouch! >> no kidding. >>> not that painful. open up the weather window, emeryville, alcatraz, golden gate bridge sunny. cooling trend on the way. >> elaborate ceremony in new york city this morning as the space shuttle
current. >>> donald trump says he's going to sue a former contestant who give up her crown claiming the miss u.s.a. pageant is rigged. the former miss pennsylvania said another contestant named the names of the top five finishers hours before the show was broadcast. organizers say the reason she gave up her title is that she is upset over the decision to allow thrapbz gender contestants to -- transgender contest stands to compete. donald trump had sharp words for her this morning she suffers from a thing called losers remorse. she loss. if you looked at her you would understand why she is not in the top. it is a very sad situation. >>> another contestant claims she initially indicated her reason for resigning as miss pennsylvania was over the new transgender policy. a facebook beige has been created to support her. -- ouch! >> no kidding. >>> not that painful. open up the weather window, emeryville, alcatraz, golden gate bridge sunny. cooling trend on the way. >> elaborate ceremony in new york city this morning as the space shuttle enterprise makes the final voyage to its new home.
and what donald trump is threatening to do. >>> nintendo is counting on zombies and a virtual theme park to provide momentum. the japanese company released 23 new games for its new console at the gaming conference in los angeles. it's called nintendo land. the first game -- no release date has been released. >>> sheryl crow has been diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. she was told last year but she kept it a secret. she said she's not worried since the tumor is not life- threatening. she went for an mri in november because she was concerned about memory loss. this is not her first health scare. she was treated for breast -- breast cancer in 2006. >>> ms. pennsylvania is giving her crown back because she thinks the pageant is rigged. she claims the other contestant learned the names of the other finalists. donald trump fired back this morning saying that charge is false and plans to sue her. organizers of the pageant said she was upset over the decision to let a transgender contestant to participant. >>> while the 49ers are moving out of san francisco there doesn't seem to be any hard fe
for the romney surrogate. >> bill: why would sununu have to answer for donald trump? why? you don't -- i would never hold you accountable for what bill maher says. i would never do that to you. >> on a day where donald trump appeared with mitt romney in nevada at a fundraiser, its what the topic of that 24-hour news cycle. >> bill: just like the newt gingrich wife on nightline then. you are saying it's the same thing t overrides all of this bad economy. let's talk about the stupid birth certificate. go ahead. >> let's put it this way. everyone is playing the same game here. if you pick a fight with the media the voters ignore the topic at the hand. they assume you agree with them and they turn their anger on the media while you get to deliver the message you want which is exactly what john sununu did. that way it's a win-win o win for romney. >> bill: what's a more important discussion, mary ann the economy or the birth certificate. >> for most people the economy however the fact that we are here. >> why would the cnn anchor lead with the birth certificate? why? >> because in the last 24 hours
there with donald trump. is donald trump a better surrogate than david axelrod? i don't think so. >> i would take him over the money i would take from bill mauer. but here's the question. it seems everything, the war on women backfired , the dog backfired, and now they are yelling where are the jobs. >> well, what they keep doing, sean, we talked about this last week and the week before. they are called rabbits. see if the media chases the rabbit and takes your mind off the bad stuff, the jobs, the economy. these rabbits keep turning around and running back to the white house. the more you talk about jobs, whether it's massachusetts or california, you still electric to go back to what's going on in america in jobs. 500,000 fewer jobs today than the day that president obama took the oath. tomorrow morning we are probably going to have an 8.1 or 8.2 unemployment rate released with 150,000 jobs created. >> and how many people have left the workplace? >> absolutely the most important, two numbers you look for tomorrow. the amount of people that left the workforce and what that does to the unemployme
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